Italian cuisine is one of the most sought after cuisines in Tokyo. Whether you'd like to give your palate a break or you'd like to try something you can only find here. Please take a look at these recommended Italian-Japanese fusion cuisine restaurants. Authentic Italian know-how with a touch of Japanese magic!
Ootoya is a famous Japanese chain restaurant, and is now located not only in Tokyo, but also in many places around the world. In New York, there are three Ootoya restaurants, but this article will look at the difference between the Ootoya in NY and in Japan.
If you want squid when in Tokyo head to squid institution, Ika Center. Serving up Tokyo's most delicious deep-fried squid, grilled squid, squid sashimi and more, Ika Center promises you a night of awesome food and a real Japanese seafood experience.
Imagawayaki is a type of Japanese dessert made of a pancake-like coating and an adzuki sweet bean filling. You'll find in this article the explanation of what it is, where to find it in Tokyo and even a recipe for you to try at home!
Have you ever tried this delicious dish called Oyakodon? If you haven't, you should hurry and check this out!
Who said Japanese souvenirs can only be things like snacks and chopsticks? Bring back some cooking skills! Here is a list of cooking classes in Tokyo that you can take and learn how to cook Japanese food!
Planning a visit to Kinkakuji temple, or the so-called golden pavilion? Check out this article for information about restaurants nearby the temple!
In Shinjuku, there is a Kyoto-themed izakaya restaurant called "Kyomachi Koishigure." Walking inside the restaurant makes you imagine the beautiful streets of Kyoto. One of their specialty dishes is the "spilling sushi" which consists of rice, topped with an overloading amount of sea urchin, crab, salmon roe and minced tuna. There are many other Kyoto style dishes that you can enjoy at this entertaining Kyoto-themed restaurant!